If you enjoyed reading our recent blog about new avenues for translating Central Nervous System disease from mouse to men, you might also like this follow-up by Charles River scientist Toni Ahtoniemi that appeared in Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News (GEN) today. The GEN exclusive offers expert tips when using automated, high-precision kinematic movement analysis, a more sensitive and complete way of detecting motor abilities in animals that model CNS disease such as Huntington’s. You can find the story here.